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opium is resorted to for the relief of pain and distress in the digestive tract-a teaching that is to be emphatically condemned. The danger of producing a habit seems to be entirely disregarded. Another interesting feature is the rather complete list of the proprietary specialties of a prominent English pharma¬ ceutical house and a similar one of a noted American manu¬ facturer. We do not mean that these are separate from the rest of the book; they are scattered throughout the work, appearingdoi:10.1001/jama.1914.02560300058040 fatcat:uqhoovujanai5jotafgturbooy